ACCIDENTS AND DEATHS
Stroud William C<*'.j-cr w.-.s <!•■ ad in bed in his hut at Bush Ci•>ck on Frchy «<:.!. the • Lake County Ho had vi: ; t e-1 Airo-.v on the pu-ve.tw day,; and was then apparently in i,;s usual i,Uiio oi ]to¥,w’d, 'vJio •."•if-, 8-1 years of at-.', ]';••] icsidcd in tin: dhtml, tor r.p- ---! wards ot hr.lf a renimy, and had b:cu I connected with. various nv.ninz ventures i on the Arrow River in the early days, i I He is survived l.y a daughter and two irons. At an inquest in-id on the Ijcdy ■ on Mondav the coroner i)i;- Lewis Hot-op) . returned a. verdict, that, death was due t.-j ; heart diseare. ! Tile ‘ Rale]uf ha, Fee • states that at W'f'iuvia South on I'lK'sdfiy n’gnt Mr | ReS;u'.u was leaving Jits l- .-id. d. e in ■ hir iitii’.nr ear. and wneu r.egot’.at u.g tiiVj rorner on w the Main lead the car light* went out, ala.: the tar went- over a. etJt Dank, tmvin » three < tnnplctc eomcrsa-ultt,. Mr S’bcdd.ui was severely injtm-d on the ( hott and < Inrahh rs, and fiiid-uiriH bruiser r.ri the head and other parts of the body, ! Tvvu other young men who mcupi-d the; IvkI: s-.-at e.-eap-ei imlnirl-. it v, ill ho aoino ; co ns id ora bic t imo before Mr Siied-iau will! 1... about again, The car was ncvcroly, d;t;nag<-d. : i Teratr hr-re I,- v elates Hud- yes- j tv. Tie a. M aori rttivn V, liinrrai- met with ; r, iiiiou.j in:- ha n at li.i I'a ha; ■ a r cmlr e j-r ■. \. Ha jo'iviving a piece •: - ;tini/.-r fn.ni the uvular s..va beach. v, in*;, hi- hard <ante in ■•.•.nl.iet ■v;:ii v»tc jj--' 'Hie n- Ml Bit- that the thumb of he. vig'a ; li'o.d v.as e-implet ;ly fav-u -i. Ha ■ aiill'y | i.tidied up the severed memhor. wt-jpjv-d j it tii a pietc. .-.f paper, csvd nut. it in Jus j je.ekor. Onlv when rceeivia.: u,-- dje,:S at-I-e.eleiii did !,o m-ni to Je-l the pa-j; ami jvali-c tint scri-tunies* of the v -.Cd-r.!. A I'.otcrtta 1-. i-'-grum suites ;h;-r i-t’ tioiif<;t iS a- iah-1 kill-.-i at Ns;-.'.;::,- •vts Jc.ikui.p not Watkins. A ::v.c<lle-a.-_td man itamc-.l < Worgo Kir’oy was ramoved to the Hospital last ..tight suffering from injuries sustained through being knocked aown hy trap driven hy Mr J. M'Kewert in tit? vicinity of Market- Reserve. Air -M’Kowv-n y:iys he called our. to t-h-? man., bat he apparently did rot f-.-aar. Tae injuries consist of face and scalp wounds, and are not considered to be of a serious nature.
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ACCIDENTS AND DEATHS, Evening Star, Issue 15650, 14 November 1914
ACCIDENTS AND DEATHS Evening Star, Issue 15650, 14 November 1914
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